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18 May 2017
by CARPology
Cobbleacre Lakes
North Norfolk's number one fishing location...

When it comes to fishing, no two lakes are the same. Each lake brings a different experience and each one suits a different level of fisherman. Cobbleacre Lakes in North Norfolk understand the need for varied practice and have established themselves as the #1 fishing destination in that region.

What began as a pond to drain waterlogged cow pasture 27 years ago by Trevor Seales, it has now become a fisherman magnet, with people travelling in from all over the UK to encounter all of the facilities the park has to offer. Almost 3 generations after its first development, the park is now headed up by Trevor’s grandson Adam who is keen to keep moving with developments and growing the park into something even more spectacular.

The family run business is located in the heart of East Anglia. Just 10 miles north of Norwich City Centre and 15 miles from the coastal town of Cromer. Surrounded in natural, untouched woodland for visitors to enjoy, it’s central location also means that local villages can be easily explored.

The park, which has a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award, has five different lakes to choose from with all levels of experience and preference covered. Whether you are only beginning to get into the fishing world or if it has become more than just a hobby to you, the variety of lakes allow you to explore your passion in a tranquil, peaceful setting.

Depths across the lakes range from 2-15ft and catches vary depending on where you partake. With some incredible fish including, carp, bream and silvers, Cobbleacre encourages visitors to share their catches on their website to show others what can be achieved on the lake. If you someone who likes a bit of healthy competition and you are keen to get involved with other fishermen whilst showcasing your skill set, regular singles matches are organised on the 3.5 acre Mario Lake.

Whilst offering day or evening tickets, Cobbleacre also provide facilities for overnight stays and fishing dedicated holidays. Find the perfect spot on the camping site or park your caravan to overlook the Adams lake. Both sites have great facilities and can provide you with everything that you need, including showers, power and wifi.

For all enquiries please contact 01603 754305 or visit the website www.cobbleacrelakes.co.uk

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